Norse Gods, Nazis, and the Great Old Ones. What more could you want from an adventure story?
Scottish soldier, Ian MacAndrew's mission to kill the Butcher of Prague in the heart of Nazi-ruled Prague teams him up with a pale-skinned titan, Donner Grimm, against the legendary forces seeking to unleash Ragnarok and the end of the world.
Synopsis: Dropped into the heart of Nazi-occupied Prague on a mission to kill its leader, Ian MacAndrew finds himself thrust into a battle of myth and legend itself. With the marble-skinned warrior Donner Grimm at his side, MacAndrew must face off against necromancers, Nazi berserkers, and the power of the demons known as the Jotnar, all vying to bring about Ragnarok and the end of humanity.
This was a great "read" from start to finish!
Took a little getting used to the Scottish narrator but this is a fun exciting mashup of Lovecraft, Pulp, Hellboy, and Norse Mythology (some of my favorite things). Can't recommend it enough for anyone who enjoys listening to a good fast
Give it a shot you won't be disappointed.
I've become a big fan of the non-stop action and modern fantasy written by Mat Nastos. Man with the Iron Heart is a great 'what-if' story that explores the obsession the Nazis had with the occult. They are battled by Scottish soldier McAndrew, who is thrown into a situation far, far out of his depth along with the mysterious Donner Grimm, a giant of a man imbued with the power of Thor and armed with an ancient blade of power in service to the All-Father.
Vikings and Celts Vs. Nazi necromancers and their unworldly, unholy creations... What's not to love?